Shot from the Screen: Leon
Screenshot: Stansfield appearing through a bead curtain
Shot from the Scene: Stansfield and the other D.E.A. officers pay a visit to Mathilda's apartment but unfortunately her father doesn't have what he owes them. When Stansfield finds him, the sense of tension is heightened by his menacing look and the excellent Eric Serra soundtrack. In contrast he casually talks about classical composers, no doubt induced by the drugs he is taking. "You don't like Beethoven. You don't know what you're missing. Overtures like that get my... juices flowing. So powerful. But after his openings, to be honest, he does tend to get a little fucking boring. That's why I stopped! ...You're a Mozart fan. I love him too. I looooove Mozart! He was Austrian you know? But for this kind of work, [imitates playing the piano] he's a little bit light. So I tend to go for the heavier guys. Check out Brahms. He's good too."